Department Sponsored by Generations Flowers
Best Exhibitor Award Sponsored by Warrenton Ruritans
The Carol Elgin Award
Section 10: Flower Arrangements
Arrangements are to be exhibited in containers not to exceed 12 inches in diameter and no higher than 3 feet.
270. Wildflower – Live
271. Home Garden – Live
272. Bridal Bouquet- Live
273. Misc. Flower Arrangement – Live
274. Misc. Flower Arrangement – Silk
275. Unique Container(ie.-shoe,etc.)- Live (arrangement no larger than 2'x2')
276. Professional Flower Arrangement- Any size/style Miniature Arrangements no larger than 6"x6"x6".
277. Miniature Arrangement – Live
278. Miniature Arrangement – Silk
279. Miniature Landscape- Live Plants (Use 16 x16 box with dirt and plant landscape)
Section 11: Cut Flowers
Flowers are to be exhibited in clear glass or plastic bottles with water, one
stem per container. Only foliage that grows naturally on the stem is
to be exhibited.
300. Dahlia *
301. Gladiola *
302. Lily * (No Day Lilies)
303. Marigold *
304. Black Eyed Susan*
305. Petunia *
306. Rose *
307. Sunflower *
308. Zinnia *
309. Snap Dragon*
311. Cone Flower*
314. Hosta - (in bloom)
316. Misc. Flower *(NO DAY LILIES) identify flower
317. Break the Fair Record for the Largest Sunflower * - Win $25 Sweepstakes, sponsored by Junebug and Sandy Dodson. The Fair
Record is 18 ½”petal to petal, held by Caitland Utz on 7/28/00. In the event of a tie in the size, the sunflower will be judged on appearance, etc.
Section 12: Potted Plants
Plants are to be exhibited in pots not to exceed 12 inches in diameter and no higher than 3 feet.
330. Cactus *
331. Flowering Hanging Basket*
332. Foliage Hanging Basket*
333. Foliage Potted Plant - Indoor *
334. Foliage Potted Plant - Outdoor *
335. Dish Garden *
336. Potted Herb Display
337. African Violets
Section 13: Herbs
Herbs are to be displayed in clear glass containers with water.
347. Misc Herb. (identify)
348. Herb Display (variety of 3) in water
349. Potted Herb Display (variety of 3)
This perpetual trophy is given in memory of Carol Chick Elgin donated by her dear friend Palma Smoot & friends. Carol was a Fauquier County horticulture teacher, FFA Sponsor and a life member of The Future Farmers of America. Her contagious enthusiasm and encouragement motivated many to pursue their interest in horticulture and agriculture. This award is given to the Senior age individual that accumulates the most points with Blue and Red ribbons in Flowers, Plants & Arrangements Department.